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Behavior Management Chart and Checklist Ideas

This board was created to share some ideas for managing student behavior in Early Childhood Classrooms (Pre-K - Grade 3)
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This is the behavior chart that I created with a Grade 2 ESL student in mind. The student is bright and quick academically but struggles to maintain focus and keep his hands to himself. Behavior Chart Preschool, Student Behavior Chart, Behavior Sheet, Behavior Chart Printable, Classroom Behavior Chart, Behavior Plans, Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management, Kids Behavior
This is the behavior chart that I created with a Grade 2 ESL student in mind. The student is bright and quick academically but struggles to maintain focus and keep his hands to himself.
I have seen a lot of posts about Brag Tags. I don't think they would be very useful for my current job, but in the future it seems like a good way to motivate students to make good choices. Behavior Management Chart, Effective Classroom Management, Classroom Management Strategies, Class Management, Behavior Incentives, Student Behavior, Pbis, Rewards, Teacher Box
I have seen a lot of posts about Brag Tags. I don't think they would be very useful for my current job, but in the future it seems like a good way to motivate students to make good choices.
Another nice system to motivate students. You can read about the system on the blog site. Students collect beads during the week for positive behaviors, and use them on "Fun Fridays" for different activity stations. Student Management, Behavior Rewards, Classroom Management, Early Childhood Classrooms, First Grade Classroom, Classroom Environment, Positive Behavior
Be Positive with Behavior Beads
Another nice system to motivate students. You can read about the system on the blog site. Students collect beads during the week for positive behaviors, and use them on "Fun Fridays" for different activity stations.
I included this because my Grade 3 students last year LOVED Star Wars, and the chart is very cute. It uses colored popsicle sticks to represent light sabres. The teacher or student can write on the stick the positive behavior that the sabre was received for. I like that it focuses on positive behaviors, although it is sad to see some pockets totally empty. Star Wars Classroom Theme, Theme Star Wars, Classroom Decor Themes, Classroom Organization, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Inspiration, Classroom Resources, Space Classroom, Music Classroom
The Star Wars classroom at Monroeton Elementary School
I included this because my Grade 3 students last year LOVED Star Wars, and the chart is very cute. It uses colored popsicle sticks to represent light sabres. The teacher or student can write on the stick the positive behavior that the sabre was received for. I like that it focuses on positive behaviors, although it is sad to see some pockets totally empty.
I passed over this checklist several times because of the faces, but after reading the content, I really like this behavior reflection checklist. We  use a form for behavior issues at my school, but the form is the same for middle school and Grade 1. It is not very kid-friendly. Something like this is much more appropriate for the level of younger learners. Behaviour Strategies, Behavior Interventions, Behaviour Chart, Coping Strategies, Teaching Strategies, School Behavior Chart
Behavior Reflection Think Sheet
I passed over this checklist several times because of the faces, but after reading the content, I really like this behavior reflection checklist. We use a form for behavior issues at my school, but the form is the same for middle school and Grade 1. It is not very kid-friendly. Something like this is much more appropriate for the level of younger learners.
For this chart, the teacher chooses a behavior she wants to focus on. Each student starts with a red rainbow bland, and are given colors when they are exhibiting the target behavior.  Upon completion of a rainbow, students can pick a prize and restart their rainbow. Positive Behavior System, Behavior Management System, Positive Reinforcement, Behavior Board, Classroom Behaviour, Behavior Tracker, Preschool Behavior, Behavior Plan
For this chart, the teacher chooses a behavior she wants to focus on. Each student starts with a red rainbow bland, and are given colors when they are exhibiting the target behavior. Upon completion of a rainbow, students can pick a prize and restart their rainbow.
This is a whole-class behavior management tool that I think is pretty cute. There are little magnets that look like candies or marbles, and as the class displays positive behavior the teacher adds one to their jar. A full jar could mean a class party, a movie day or a longer recess time. Classroom Rewards, Classroom Organisation, Classroom Setup, School Organization, Future Classroom, Kindergarten Classroom
5 Classroom Behavior Management Systems for Elementary Teachers
This is a whole-class behavior management tool that I think is pretty cute. There are little magnets that look like candies or marbles, and as the class displays positive behavior the teacher adds one to their jar. A full jar could mean a class party, a movie day or a longer recess time.
This checklist/chart is useful for students and teachers to track student behavior for each day of the week, and then send home so that parents are kept informed about their child's behavior. I would change this by making the parent review a daily signature. Also, the behaviors could be customized for the individual child's goals. Behavior Log, Behavior Charts, Daily Behavior Report, Teacher Organization
This checklist/chart is useful for students and teachers to track student behavior for each day of the week, and then send home so that parents are kept informed about their child's behavior. I would change this by making the parent review a daily signature. Also, the behaviors could be customized for the individual child's goals.
This checklist/chart is probably a bit too wordy for my current ESL students, but it would be useful for kids a little older and/or fluent English speakers. It is good for communicating in detail about students' behavior with parents on a daily basis. Behavior Tracking, Weekly Behavior Charts, Daily Behavior Chart Classroom, Behavior Contract Elementary
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This checklist/chart is probably a bit too wordy for my current ESL students, but it would be useful for kids a little older and/or fluent English speakers. It is good for communicating in detail about students' behavior with parents on a daily basis.
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This chart similar to the previous checklist, but this one has a better design, and I like the reflection on whether the student feels ready to return to learning. I would combine the checklist options from the first form with this one to use the best aspects of both. Coping Skills, Social Skills, Responsive Classroom, School Social Work, Self Regulation, Emotional Regulation
Behavior Management and Self Regulation - Take A Break
This chart similar to the previous checklist, but this one has a better design, and I like the reflection on whether the student feels ready to return to learning. I would combine the checklist options from the first form with this one to use the best aspects of both.
This checklist and the one next to it are similar, but there are aspects of both that I like better. On this checklist, I like that options for "what happened" are provided. Very young students or ESL students may not be able to formulate their own descriptions of what occurred, so it's useful to at least have some examples. Classroom Consequences, Positive Behavior Chart
How I Create and Maintain A Positive Classroom Culture for K-2!
This checklist and the one next to it are similar, but there are aspects of both that I like better. On this checklist, I like that options for "what happened" are provided. Very young students or ESL students may not be able to formulate their own descriptions of what occurred, so it's useful to at least have some examples.
I used a checklist similar to this for a student I was having behavior problems with last year. Each day we would review his behavior during English lessons and color a face. His mom would review and sign the form each day. It actually worked very well and his attitude and behavior transformed. Student Goals, Teaching Kindergarten
A Home Note Program to Support Positive Student Behavior and Outcomes
I used a checklist similar to this for a student I was having behavior problems with last year. Each day we would review his behavior during English lessons and color a face. His mom would review and sign the form each day. It actually worked very well and his attitude and behavior transformed.
Another checklist/form for a behavior problem, but this one is different in that it has a 'contract' format. The child promises to use a different behavior next time, and the form is signed by the parent, student and teacher. 2nd Grade Classroom, School Classroom, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Teacher Binder
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Another checklist/form for a behavior problem, but this one is different in that it has a 'contract' format. The child promises to use a different behavior next time, and the form is signed by the parent, student and teacher.
Using these buckets and pom-poms, and designating one for each table (if you have a seating arrangement that uses groupings) could be a good way to motivate students. Pom-poms could be given for positive behaviors, and at the end of the week maybe the table with the most pom-poms would be able to choose a game for the class to play or earn another kind of reward. Classroom Rules, Classroom Community, Classroom Design
Using these buckets and pom-poms, and designating one for each table (if you have a seating arrangement that uses groupings) could be a good way to motivate students. Pom-poms could be given for positive behaviors, and at the end of the week maybe the table with the most pom-poms would be able to choose a game for the class to play or earn another kind of reward.